WCO-IOF: Similar functional outcome between hydrotherapy and physiotherapy in hip OA
A randomized controlled trial comparing hydrotherapy and conventional physiotherapy to patients with hip osteoarthritis (HOA)
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30 patients with hip osteoarthritis were randomized to intervention through either hydrotherapy or conventional physiotherapy. The purpose was to determine how the treatments compared with respect to pain, function, and health-related quality of life. The results indicated that both groups significantly improved in pain within 2 weeks. Hydrotherapy was also noted to significantly improve in health...
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